Government Climate Fraud Continues To Accelerate

The EPA web site says according to Rutgers University, fall and winter snow cover are not increasing.

“fall and winter snow cover have remained fairly steady ….. Data source: Rutgers University Global Snow Lab, 2016”

If you go to the Rutgers University web site, it quickly becomes clear that the EPA is lying.


Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

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7 Responses to Government Climate Fraud Continues To Accelerate

  1. TA says:

    Looks like we need more swamp draining at the EPA.

  2. AndyG55 says:

    TH, The EPA site shows North America snow. Your graphs are whole hemisphere.

    They EPA is still LYING, because the North America fall and winter also show a solid upward trend.

    You might want to put the North American graphs up instead. :-)

    Should also be noted that EPA web page was last updated in 2016, pre-Trump,

    It was a LIE then, just as its still a LIE.

    Maybe a message in the right direction can now get it corrected. ?

  3. feathers says:

    How do they get away with such lying?

  4. feathers says:

    Is there a graph for Spring? Maybe that is why the EPA is claiming less NA snow?

  5. Cornelius says:

    Probably we’ll see something like “since 2015, and not counting this year, fall and winter snow cover have remained fairly steady.”

    You know, they truncated their sentence and grafted in some proxy words, to hide the lying. Didn’t do a very good job of it.

  6. Disillusioned says:

    This has been one of the wetter, colder Winter and Spring periods I can remember – wettest since 1997. The past several summers have been relatively mild. Watering my lawn has become a “thing of the past.” Yet, all the headlines keep telling me I am living in a much drier, warmer climate.

    Gee, should I believe my eyes, and my water bill? Or, the experts with an almost perfect failure record?

  7. M. Miller says:

    Didn’t I believe it was Paul Ehrlich who said by 1980 we would be out of oil, going into an Ice Age with complete global economic collapse? Or is my memory faulty?

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